The chairman of the Kenya National Union of Teachers says 200,000 teachers in public schools have started a strike to protest the diversion of funds meant to hire more teachers and ease classroom overcrowding, the Associated Press reports. Wilson Sossion said Tuesday the protest will affect more than 10 million children in primary and secondary schools. They return to class this week after August holidays…

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